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Ultima Weapon

Satanist gives his life to Christ

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Not a fan of Pat Robertson or the 700 club, but this is a great story...

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-CkdqCD_f2s

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I don't like Pat Robertson or the 700 Club either. I found this video to be really interesting, though. Not sure what to make of it, but it appears this guy has certainly turned his life around from one of hate to one of love, and however that happened that has to be a good thing :yes:

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Been told of a few religious high impact wonder stories lately. It's hard to take in with where I sit in the balance. I do agree one should never taunt the devil or his demons. But I don't believe god is a narcistic communist (settle down) either. I feel good for people that make big changes in their life because of an unexplainable occurance and if that is their place to appreciate whoever it is that is playing with the control panel so be it point is you found your light.

Skeptic because I disapprove of sponsered religious jargen, Religion TV Channels for instance. Money is one of the biggest issues in the world, why would god try collate it. You can't pay for spiritual guidence and honestly if you need to pay god or have anything pay for your god (foundations, charities, ceo sponsership, ect...) you are in the wrong place. I understand that they have buildings, right if they need to have a building fixed the people that use that building are fine to maintain the house your prayer, but gathering mass donations to go into one big religious jackpot for that sect for whatever they want and do not have to inform you about it nor do they... is wrong. I don't get some of the finer points like we aren't supposed to praise materialistic items, yet go grab the building materials list and down to even the Mayor would be lucky to able to have these items in his house, ivory, marble, gold... absolutely beautiful pieces, gathered by tortured slaves (minimum wage workers) sold by horrendous bosses, transported by an even greedier person and that if it's still the same quality material once it reaches the destination and used in a house of someone you appreciate?

I have my beliefs and don't get me wrong I understand about the unecessaries and continue to focus with the main points of the finer things in life. It doens't effect my relationship with the higher powers, I am grateful that I have what I have and gratefull every day I continue breathing in this world. But I don't think I need to consume my life by being too scared of our creator to enjoy my gift. I think it's more gratefully and appreciative to live my life to the best I can and every day/hour/minute/second/microsecond I don't give up is another thank you.

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I don't like Pat Robertson or the 700 Club either. I found this video to be really interesting, though. Not sure what to make of it, but it appears this guy has certainly turned his life around from one of hate to one of love, and however that happened that has to be a good thing :yes:

Proof that God loves EVERYONE. Regardless of any ill acts...

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Look I know Christians have their views but African spiritualities, and other aboriginal cultures are not devil worship. It's just rediculous the amount of ugly bigotry spewed by that old man. I can barely stand to look at him, and it's not because I have demons in me....... Sheesh.

I'm glad the guy is happy now, sometimes lost people need a structured religion, I'm happy for him.

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